Tag Archives: yoga
When someone asks me, “What do you do?” and I tell them I’m a small animal veterinarian, their eyes brighten. Then they proceed to tell me their favourite story about their pet. I’m grateful that the public perception of veterinarians … Continue reading
Rolling through Southern Ontario, on the train to Toronto. Enjoying the chance to relax and write as I travel to my final destination. I’m heading up to Toronto for my annual veterinary conference. It’s been a tradition for almost 19 … Continue reading
It’s the end of an era. My yoga had its beginnings at Eastside Yoga Studio. Dianne Bondy introduced me to a practice that connected mind and body, something that had eluded me until then. I grew my practice through yoga … Continue reading
It finally happened. I had dreamed but never thought I’d be able to teach yoga on VIN (Veterinary Information Network). I just finished presenting an on-line course to 80+ veterinarians (with more that will view the recording later). My motto is … Continue reading
I completed week two of my veterinary acupuncture course (more to come on that in another post) in early December. During week 1, I offered to teach a 30 minute Gentle Flow yoga class to any of the forty or … Continue reading
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I feel like a voodoo doll and someone has stuck pins into my low back. Having chronic low grade cramps, due to PMS. Happens for 2 weeks out of every month and it tires me out. It’s been like this … Continue reading
Yoga shala started earlier than usual and Dianne was determined that we stay on schedule. We needed to take a group photo, write a test, practice yoga, do some kirtan chanting and share in a final feast. Seemed like an … Continue reading
I’ve been a member at the studio for a couple of years now. Finally got to share the experience with my younger sister, who was visiting for the holidays. She’s been living in Yellowknife, NWT for the last 3 years. … Continue reading
“I’m tired after working so hard today!”, I told one of my yoga teacher training colleagues. We had just finished a five hour workshop.